Posted on: Sep 16, 2012 | 17,000 reads

Ferrari Parade at Silverstone Sets New World Record

964 Ferraris fall slightly short of the thousand cars the company was hoping for, but the record for Most Ferraris in a Parade was well and truly annihilated.
Although yet to be officially ratified by Guinness, it's only a matter of time before the biggest parade of Ferraris that descended upon the Silverstone circuit over the weekend is announced as a new world record. In total, 964 Ferraris turned up, smashing the previous record of 490 cars that dates back to 2008 at Japan's Fuji Speedway Circuit. Leading the parade in a 458 Spider was Ferrari F1 driver Felipe Massa. "It was a really unforgettable experience," said the eleven-time grand prix winner.
The ambitious attempt also managed to raise money for BEN, a British charity that supports motor-industry employees and their families, to which Ferrari donated £5 for every car in the parade.
Ferrari Parade at Silverstone Sets New World Record
Ferrari Parade at Silverstone Sets New World Record
Ferrari Parade at Silverstone Sets New World Record
Ferrari Parade at Silverstone Sets New World Record
Ferrari Parade at Silverstone Sets New World Record
Ferrari Parade at Silverstone Sets New World Record
Ferrari Parade at Silverstone Sets New World Record
Ferrari Parade at Silverstone Sets New World Record



by Adam Lynton
Ferrari Parade at Silverstone Sets New World Record
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